Google Pixel 2 ROM Port For Moto G3 and G5 is now available for download | Based On Android 8.0 Oreo: Google has been releasing new smartphones in the Google Pixel smartphone series every year which was started in 2016 by the company. The first smartphones in the Pixel series from Google were the Google Pixel and the Pixel Xl. Google also launched the next smartphones in the Pixel series which were called as the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL and these smartphones have been available in India and around the world also. Now, these smartphones have been released with Android Oreo and the latest security patch has also been installed on the device.
Now, there is some good news for the Motorola Moto G3 and Moto G5 users around the world as the ROM or the official version of Android which is available on the Google Pixel 2 smartphones is now available for the Moto G3 and Moto G5 devices. Now, we also know that the Motorola smartphones are available with a very minimal version of Android which is extremely close to Stock Android. Therefore, it is a little easier to bring the Google Pixel 2 ROM which is pure Stock Android to the smartphones which have close to Stock Android software on their phones.
Now, we are pleased to let you know that thanks to a developer named jhenrique09, we now have the running ROM port from the Google Pixel 2 for the Moto G3 and Moto G5. Both of these devices get the latest version of Android thanks to this port. Also, the ROM consists of Wallpapers that are available on the Google Pixel 2 like the Material wallpapers and others. Also, the ROM has been known to be stable in most of the areas which are critical for a day to day use like Wifi, RIL, Bluetooth and others that are factors resulting in any user’s decision to use the ROM on their daily driver device.
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What is working:
- Mobile data
- FM Radio
- Moto Actions
For more details visit the official xda development thread mentioned at the bottom of the post as source